A 15-bedroom hotel set in a baronial-styled former mansion house in Scotland has come to market with an asking price of £1.8m.
Kincraig Castle Hotel near to Tomich, Invergordon has been owned by Nairn-based Grant Hotels Limited since 2014 who has extended the property during their tenure.
The hotel is spread over three floors and set in 10 acres of the main A9 route on the North Coast 500.
Kincraig Castle Hotel is also home to the 1 AA Rosette Alexander Restaurant and is a popular wedding venue benefitting from a permanent marquee.
Offers in the Region of £1.8m are sought for the heritable interest in the property and business.
A spokesperson from selling agent, Graham + Sibbald, comments: “The Kincraig Castle Hotel offers either a husband and wife team, or group an excellent opportunity to acquire a well rounded and robust business on the North Coast 500. The Hotel is situated close enough to Inverness to draw, weddings, functions, and diners to the Hotel and Restaurant. This is a beautifully presented property with real development prospects, either by restoring the steading/stable block or developing lodges in the expansive grounds.”
Contact the vendor’s sole selling agents, for more information.